Learn more about how open data changes our society and increases innovation!
Increased use of open data from municipalities will be an important catalyst for innovation in the Swedish business sector. Research from the Stockholm School of Economics suggests that completely open geodata could generate socio-economic gains of about SEK 200 million. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
In Ocotber, the project ‘Open Data in the Stockholm Region’ will visit to tell us about open data, why it is important and how it can be used to generate innovation. Seize the opportunity to meet and listen to some of those who are leading this important work!
About the project:
Open Data in the Stockholm Region is a collaborative project involving 26 municipalities in the Greater Stockholm region.
The aim of this project is to make municipal data available to private individuals and small and medium-sized enterprises to increase its usage in order to drive new innovation and growth. The project focuses on meeting the needs of open data users, e.g. by making real time data accessible for developers and businesses.
Organizer of How open data changes our society
LocationSödertörns högskolebibliotek, 141 85 Huddinge, Sverige
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